29 November 2007
PATEK PHILIPPE. A FINE 18K GOLD RECTANGULAR WRISTWATCH
SIGNED PATEK PHILIPPE, GENEVE, MOVEMENT NO. 786'320, CASE NO. 2'617'015, REF. 3404, CIRCA 1961
Cal. 23.300 nickel-finished lever movement stamped with the Geneva Seal,18 jewels, Gyromax balance adjusted to heat, cold, isochronism and 5 positions, the silvered matte dial with baton numerals, in rectangular case with wide sloping bezel, downturned lugs, snap on back, together with an 18k gold Patek Philippe buckle, case, dial and movement signed
Length including lugs 33 mm.
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Accompanied by a Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming production of this watch in 1961 and its subsequent sale on 19 April 1961.
Please note the case number of the presernt watch is 2'617'025.
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